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One of the first things I tell my new poker students is to not use card protectors, which comes as a shock to some of them. They vividly recall a.


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I'm getting back into the game after a while of being out and I remember Card Guards being fairly common a while back. Haven't seen too many of them since.


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Roberts Rules of poker actually speak directly to the issue of a card protector: "​You must protect your own hand at all times. Your cards may be protected with.


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In part 1 of this series on cards, I discussed at length how poker room cards in this manner is stressed in every major set of poker rules I've ever read. The solution to both of these problems is simple: Use a card protector.


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Is it generally good to use a card protector? I personally don't use mine since I am not consistent with my body language and fear.


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While the origin of the card protector seems to stem from this rule, the device has expanded into a unique way to express one's personality at the table. Players.


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Many poker players use a coin, a little statue or some other trinket as not his theatrics, the shark's use as a card protector is understandable.


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I have seen countless dealer mistakes, they are only human, and its not their money. So yes. Kinda corny but its my Pepere's tie clip. The problem with a defined routine is that if you ever get pressured and change something inadvertently somebody will catch it as a tell and then your always worring about messing up your routine. A number of things can act as one, like a single chip, coin, etc. Although it would be a inconvienance at this point to not use it. In many if not all poker rooms, if you don't have your cards protected, you have no way to reverse the muck. Join Date: Aug The question is pretty basic, so I'm not sure it's clear from the responses: If your cards are not protected, whether by a chip or by a card protector, they can be mucked by mistake. Regardless of whether its done by you or the dealer. June 1st, , PM. One wrong move or hand motion could cost you everything. I had no experience playing live other than home games and just wasn't use to putting a chip on my cards. Too many horror stories of cards mucked to not use some kind of card protector. Dealers have to stretch a bit to get to the other seats and you can usually stop them before they grab them. Once I'm sure they're memorized I put them face down on the felt, take a small chip off my small stack, and place it over the cards. If seated in any other position, I randomly use a chip, place my hand on my cards or hold them parallel to the felt. Join Date: Oct I just hold them with my left hand, never had a problem And try to develop a routine, wait till the action hits you, look at your cards, put some chips on them if your going to play them, if not muck. June 6th, , AM. And I can't recall exactly what happened now, but I lost a hand once, it wasn't major, but I remember others at the table telling me to at least use a chip. For the time being I hold my cards in my left hand until action is on me. June 2nd, , AM. Good for her for keeping it together.{/INSERTKEYS}{/PARAGRAPH} Remember Me? Just use a chip. Just saying. Join Date: Mar Join Date: Apr Lets say she had a card protector and the same thing happened, then wouldnt the ruling be the same? I really don't use a card protector when I play because it does have the ability to give away tells to your opponents. My new card protector: Attachment I was scolded multiple times by the dealer for not using a card protector the first time I played in a casino. If you must use one, just use a chip because this way you will never be all in. NOLA Red. When its my action I either fold or place a few chips on top as the protector to play. I slightly mix up my routine so I dont have to worry about a tell. Originally Posted by Ecomdan. And I personally think, you have less a chance with tells if you are disciplined and busy putting a card protecter on your hand every hand. Sticker pwned here imo. June 3rd, , PM. I finally made a point to remember after his 3rd or 4th comment to me. My card protector has double benefits I use a smooth stone that I bought that has the word "Patience" etched in it. Been doing the job for me since and its not a inconvience to use. June 10th, , PM. This is a discussion on Whether to use a card protector within the online poker forums, in the General Poker section; Is it generally good to use a card protector? It's exactly the same every time, and is especially helpful when you're in seat one, as the mucked hands have a tendancy to slide into your hand on occaison. That doesn't mean you have to use a "card protector" specifically, it can be a chip as WiZZim says. If you are in the hand, the only tell you want to allow is that If your not in the hand then that is also a tell, and if you make a big deal about NOT being in the hand, then everyone will ignore your 'is he or isn't he? June 10th, , AM. Page 1 of 2 Register or Use the arrow to the right to read the next 1 page s. Ah man, that WSOP video is rough. Join Date: Jan Is it generally good to use a card protector? June 2nd, , PM. So not only does it protect my cards, it reminds me to be patient :P. There isnt any way they can pick up much off you if you stick to the same routine. I use one.. Once I see my cards I immediately know whether or not I want to play them, so the next question is how. Plus I'm a little ADD about my chip stacks and not having to 'play' with them is a plus. Join Date: Feb You HAVE to protect your cards, doesnt matter how you do it but I like holding them slightly raised above the felt in my finger tips, I mix it up one hand or the other or both pre flop. Well, whether or not you are using a card protector, it is a very good practice to memorize your cards and just stay put with no unnecessary movements, in order that your opponents can't read your moves. Always something on your cards is a must in any tournament or cash game thats live. {PARAGRAPH}{INSERTKEYS}Up your game with free cardschat membership. June 1st, , AM. The importance of protecting your cards is greater if you are seated in seat 1 or 9 Sitting right next to the dealer seems to be the prime spot for unintentional mucking. I have never seen the absolute necessity with protectors but some like i because it gives them some sort of persona. Originally Posted by coolercash. Once I get back from Iraq I'll be using my deployment coin as my card protecter. June 11th, , PM. Originally Posted by dkeam Originally Posted by Stick I never used one, not even a chip. Like any habit, takes a bit of practice but once learned is done without thought Its when the habit is ingrained you have to be careful of inadvertent tells cropping up. Allows me to expend some of my nervous energy like the chip trickers do. Join Date: Nov Some people say "Card protectors are lame. Join Date: Jun The best part about that video is when she's all, "Hey, my cards! Forgot Password? But to make things more safe, it is really good to use a card protector. Whether to use a card protector. Honestly I'm just to lazy to use a card protecter. Easiest way just look at ur cards and put a chip on them. I personally don't use mine since I am not consistent with my body language and fear opponents will be able to pick up on tells with how I use my card protector. I've never had an issue with a hand being mucked because my cards weren't protected, but once all my chips are in, my cards are back in my left hand. Join Date: Dec You might not need it but the one time you do, it's worth the effort. By protecting you cards you're protecting your money aswell. The best reason to use one IMHO, would be to standardize an action so that it doesn't turn into a tell. Join Date: May I've had someone give their cards a 'flick' towards the middle and his aim was off and they slid right on top of mine. June 3rd, , AM. I believe you should use at least one chip to protect your cards, a lot of things can happen, you cards can get flip over, the dealer can make a mistake, etc. Originally Posted by Bovinity.